I just recently learned a fun new crochet stitch and am a little obsessed with it. It’s called the iris stitch, and it will be featured in my upcoming Iris Table Runner pattern, coming out in March. To get you ready for that, I want to show you how to make it!
The Iris stitch is a type of decorative stitch that is made by working two pairs of double crochets separated by a chain stitch (ie 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) all into the ch-1 space from the previous row. It is best shown in a lighter solid color yarn and has the airiness of lace with the added benefits of structure and stability.
To set up for the tutorial, you will need to chain out a multiple of 4+1 (+2 for the turning chain). For my sample, I’ve worked 19 chains, or 16 + 1 (+2 for the turning chain).
Following the photo tutorial is a video tutorial, just in case you need to see it in action.
If you want to see this stitch in action, I’ve recorded a video tutorial for you as well!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! I can’t wait to show you the table runner, so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss it!
Until next time!
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